Your twenties are the best time to travel! You usually have fewer resposibilitites but your budget is too low. But this isn't a reason that can you make to not travel because there're so many travel opportunities for this ages.

1. Couchsurfing

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Couchsurfing is a service that connects members to a global community of travelers. Use Couchsurfing to find a place to stay or share your home and hometown with travelers. One of the benefits is that you will make new friends around the world.

2. Airbnb or Hostels

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You can avoid expensive hotels if you choose to stay in hostels that is a easy and cheap choice. Before booking read reviews, check the distance, the prices etc. Some sites that can you check hostels are and

Also Airbnb is an another service in which people are able to rent out their apartments or spare rooms to travelers! This option allows you to stay in a comfortable location without the hotel price tag!
You can rent a apartment with kitchen and so to avoid eat out.

3. Skyscanner

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Skyscanner is a site that compare flights and you can get the best for you.

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4. Volunteering

Volunteering is also a good choice to travel the world cheap especially in your 20s. There are a lot of volunteering programs around the world. You can choose to be a volunteer in Europe, in Bali, in South Africa, in Asia etc. Yoy have so many volunteering opportunities like to save lifes to South Africa, to teach english, to take care animals in Bali, to help people in villages etc. Check sites like this or

5. Be a Aupair

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An au pair is an unmarried young adult aged 18 to 30 years, who has no children and travels to a foreign country for a defined period of time to live with a host family. The au pair is considered as a full member of the family during the entire stay. As such, he or she helps the family with childcare and can be asked to assume some light household tasks. In return, the host family provides free board and lodging, as well as pocket money. However, the au pair is neither a housekeeper, nor a nanny. Some sites to help you:

There are many other programs and things to do to help you to travel the world and to discover new things.
Live the moment!

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